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I just picked up my 06 DVX TS and was thinking about some mods but I'm a little unsure.
I wanted to rejet + air filter I have had fantastic luck with uni in the past but am open to suggestions, and of course if I have the cash I will pipe it.

Do any of you guys know if I do rejet what the jet # is. 0-2000 ft and for sure aftermarket air filter. :thumbsup:
 

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welcome call Hey dude hows it going? I run a k & n OEM replacement filter and a k & n power lid on my 04 DVX if you get a uni this is the part number from rockymountain Part# 142483, what are you going to do for jets? If you buy a dynojet kit I think just changing the filter will take you from a 130 stock to like about a 148 I don't remember for sure but it will be right on the instructions, if you pipe it you'll definitely go up in jet size and depending on what type of pipe and whatever else you do, you might have to change the pilot jet also, with all the things I did I had to change my pilot to get it going better off the bottom end, good luck, Dog[attachment=61947:DSCF0049.JPG]
 

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thnks for the wicked fast info.
 

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a good place to go for the info you want is http://www.z400central.com/ . be careful these people can be brutal.
if your on a tite budget you might for now just want to rejet and open up your stock muffler with a after market cap. i have one if your interested, as far as the jetting goes a 142.5 main and an open air box will give you a considerable improvement over the stock set up.
 

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I run the same setup as dogthehunter does (K&N powerlid and air fitler). Since going with an aftermarket filter I'd also suggest getting an adator plate to have a better airfilter seal in the airbox as the stock design isnt the best setup. You could also remove the end peice of the stock snorkle to flow more air as well.
I cant be sure on the jetting with just adding an airfilter since I added a pipe at the same time. The jet kit instructions will get you very close if not right on, also note that dynojet main jet numbers are different the mikuni main jet numbers.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (GoFastCat @ Jan 27 2007, 12:33 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
I run the same setup as dogthehunter does (K&N powerlid and air fitler). Since going with an aftermarket filter I'd also suggest getting an adator plate to have a better airfilter seal in the airbox as the stock design isnt the best setup. You could also remove the end peice of the stock snorkle to flow more air as well.
I cant be sure on the jetting with just adding an airfilter since I added a pipe at the same time. The jet kit instructions will get you very close if not right on, also note that dynojet main jet numbers are different the mikuni main jet numbers.[/b]
:thumbsup: GFC is right on the money, DJ sizing goes by opening size, mikuni goes by amount of fuel, a 170 mikuni is ~ to a 181.3 DJ know this one off the top of my head because thats what I'm running right now, z400 central has a complete conversion chart, never have seen that performance insert that you posted off of ebay
 

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Thanks for the help guys
 

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Here's the conversion list for Mikuni to DJ
Mikuni Dynojet
140 149.3
___ 150
142.5 152.0
145 154.7
___ 155
147.5 157.3
150 160
152.5 162.7
___ 165
155 165.3
157.5 168.0
___ 170
160 170.7
162.5 173.3
___ 175
165 176.0
167.5 178.7
___ 180
170 181.3
172.5 184.0
___ 185
175 186.7
177.5 189.3
___ 190
180 192.0
182.5 194.7
___ 195
185 197.3
187.5 200
190 202.7
 
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